Natalie Hope McDonald is a painter who lives and works in Philadelphia. Her paintings combine mixed media and drawing techniques with charcoal, pastel and acrylic. While many of the images are abstract, figurative elements are also incorporated into the works. She’s inspired by the subjectivity of memory, as well as music, literary references and street art.
She’s exhibited in group and solo shows at venues including the Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania, the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery of Lebanon Valley College, the Susquehanna Art Museum and the Bridgette Mayer Gallery. She’s enjoyed a successful solo exhibition at Bluestone Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia, and has created original murals for several clients. Two of her murals can be seen at the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia.
She’s one of 13 artists from around the world whose painting, “The Road Home,” was selected to be featured in a calendar for Art Basel Miami 2014. Her work was also exhibited at Spectrum Miami 2014 during Miami Art Week. Her work can be found in private and corporate collections around the world.
Please email the artist directly for more information or to schedule a time to view her work: nataliehmcdonald (at) gmail.com